Chief information officers face a bewildering array of technologies and sometimes-competing demands coming at them at what may seem to be light speed.
The stakes are high. CIOs are charged with evaluating and implementing a buzzword-laden list of technologies—artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain—at a time when virtually every company feels the need to modernize its processes or die trying. Ok, that may be overstating the case, but not by much, in a world where incumbent companies may be condemned to irrelevance by the Uber or Airbnb of their respective markets.
With that in mind, here are four takeaways from the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, an annual conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Source: IT Strategy